The Afternoon Wrap: Tuesday

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  • A megastar is in the market for a manager for his (or her) four estates. The job requires flexibility and thick skin–plus there will be “VERY long hours,” renovation, and apparently interior design. Sounds fun, no? [Gawker]
  • Late last year, Bloomberg decided that New York would sustainably have 9 million complainers and money managers and Bikram yoga addicts by 2030. Architects and planners ask: What about the housing? The construction? The money? (The space for yoga?) [Streetsblog]
  • Residential real estate in Manhattan isn’t as costly as Fashion Week real estate: Puff Daddy has to pay $150,000 per day for his Cipriani venue. [Forbes, via Luxist]
  • Great News of the Day: Donald “Little Ratner” Trump won’t develop in Brooklyn. Yet. [B. Paper]
  • $30 is a tiny price to pay to pretend that you’re Donald Judd in his five-floor home-studio on Spring Street. The phrases “SoHo Historic Cast-Iron District” and “500 works” are both pretty exciting [see above]. [Apartment Therapy]
  • Max Abelson

    The Afternoon Wrap: Tuesday